Carol Teitel 08.01.1923 - 07.27.1986 (63 years old)
She was an actress, known for Guiding Light (1952), The Edge of Night (1956) and My Old Man (1979). She was married to Nathan R. Teitel. She died on July 27, 1986 in Camden, New Jersey Mrs. Teitel appeared as a featured player in ''The Country Wife,'' ''The Entertainer,'' ''All Over Town,'' ''A Flea in Her Ear,'' ''Fallen Angels,'' ''Misalliance'' and in the Broadway production of ''Hamlet,'' starring Richard Burton. She won two Obie awards, for her work in ''Under Milkwood'' and ''The Country Scandal.'' She appeared in several plays written by her husband, Nathan Teitel, including ''The Keymaker,'' ''Figures in the Sand'' and ''Duet.'' In 1984, she appeared at England's Nottingham Playhouse as Mary Tyrone in ''Long Day's Journey Into Night'' and as Dolly Levi in ''The Matchmaker.'' She was a founding member of San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater, and appeared regularly at the Williamstown Festival. Most recently, she spent a year in the California production of ''La Cage aux Folles,'' and appeared last season in Beaumarchais's ''Marriage of Figaro'' at the Circle in the Square. Mrs. Teitel made numerous radio and television appearances She appeared in 116 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater.
This actor appeared in the following radio shows